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On May 12, 2011 the Oregon Symphony
made its Carnegie Hall debut.

The Oregon Symphony performed as part of the first Spring for Music
festival in 2011 – one of seven orchestras chosen for this prestigious
week-long event.

REPORTS AND BLOGS ABOUT THE 2011 EVENT:

First Report - by David Stabler, The Oregonian
Review of Concert - by Allan Kozinn, The New York Times
Review of Concert - by David Stabler, The Oregonian
Review of Concert - by James Bash, Oregon Music News
Noble Viola - Assistant Principal Violist Charles Noble's blog
National Public Radio - Preview, photos, and archive of broadcast
Photo Gallery - by Beth Nakamura, The Oregonian
The Rest is Noise "Triumphant" - Alex Ross, New Yorker music critic
The Rest is Noise "When Critics Agree" - Alex Ross, New Yorker music critic
Carnegie's Provocative Season Roundup - Musical America Worldwide

GETTING TO CARNEGIE HALL:

The Oregon Symphony sets off for Carnegie Hall - Oregonian Photo Gallery
Traveling to Play in Carnegie Hall - Oregonian Video
Rehearsing on Carnegie Hall's famous stage - Oregonian Photo Gallery
Testing out Carnegie Hall's famed acoustics in rehearsal - Oregonian Video